Thursday, October 23, 2014

g(Math) for Forms has launched!!

I am proud to announce that after months of work and some great advice from the Add-on team in NYC, g(Math) for Forms is part of the Google Forms Add-on launch! g(Math) for Forms can do everything its Docs and Sheets sistren (or brethren depending on how you feel about g(Math)) can. It can create math expressions, graphs, and statistical displays and insert them directly into your Google Form! 

Check it out at:

Here is the g(Math) help page:

You can check out the tutorial video here:

Let me know what you think

Wednesday, October 15, 2014

New Script that will create Google Forms from questions in a Spreadsheet

There was a query posted in the GEG Singapore about automatically creating forms from spreadsheet questions. g(Math) kind of does this, so I threw a script together that will create a form from a highlighted range. It will even create multiple choice questions from option in the sheet (I am especially proud of that aspect).
Check it out here and make a copy to play around:

How to do it:

1. Create your questions in a Spreadsheet, picking the type of question from the dropdown in the cell in column C.

2. Click on the Add-on menu and run the script to create your quiz.

3. The sidebar will pop open prompting you to select your question range.
4.Select the questions that you want to use:
5. Click on Proceed and then name your quiz.

6. Click Create Form and wait for the magic to happen. You will get a popup box with the link to Edit your quiz and you will also find it in your Google Drive.

7. Send it out to your students!

Wednesday, October 8, 2014

New feature in celebration of g(Math)'s 50,000th current user: Statistical Displays

I am continually blown away by the rise of current users of g(Math). Today g(Math) passed 50,000 current users!
To celebrate I am launching another aspect of g(Math) that has been missing from Docs and Sheets, statistical displays. 

You can now select a table in your Doc and create statistical displays from the data. Currently, there are three options:
1. Histograms
2. Box and Whisker Plots
3. Bar Charts
If you have a specific type of display you would like to see, please ask!

Saturday, October 4, 2014


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